Tag:man_made=water_tap

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Public-images-osm logo.svg man_made = water_tap
Water tap in Frejus.jpg
Description
Publicly usable water taps
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysuse on areas unspecifiedshould not be used on relations
Useful combination
Status: ApprovedPage for proposal

A water tap is a man-made construction providing access to water, supplied by centralized water distribution system (unlike in case of man_made=water_well, where groundwater is used) and (usually) equipped with a valve, which may be user-accessible or hidden. The tag man_made=water_tap is used for publicly usable water taps, such as those in the cities and graveyards.

Water taps may provide potable and technical water, which can be specified with drinking_water=yes and drinking_water=no.

It should not be used to tag fire hydrants, for which a special emergency=fire_hydrant tag is available.

For a source of larger amounts of drinking water, use amenity=water_point.

Rendering

Proposed rendering:

Water tap.png

Supplementary tags

Related tags

  • natural=spring Water flowing out of the ground. May have a fountain built around it (see Roman Bath in Bath, U.K)
  • man_made=water_well A man made excavation in the ground to gain water from an aquifer.
  • amenity=drinking_water Location of a source of potable drinking water. (Note that this tag doesn't provide specific information on the type of the water source and implies potability. On the contrary, man_made=water_tap identifies a specific type of water sources and does not imply potability, which can be further specified by drinking_water=*.)
  • pump=*
  • amenity=water_point, waterway=water_point — the same thing, but for filling fresh water holding tanks with larger amount of water.
  • emergency=fire_hydrant

See also